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Hanga Ten is exhibiting at the Works on Paper Art Fair in South Kensington (8-12/Feb)

Wednesday, February 1st, 2017

Hanga Ten is exhibiting at the Works on Paper Art Fair that is taking place at the Royal Geographical Society in Exhibition Road from 8th to 12th of February. Click here for more information and for tickets to attend.

About Hanga Ten

Hanga Ten is the only showcase in the UK and Europe specialising exclusively in contemporary Japanese prints.
 These prints are original works of art, almost always meticulously hand-printed by the artist themselves. Editions are strictly limited.

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Hanga Ten represent about twenty-five artists, either Japanese or foreign who have lived in Japan for many years. Most of the artists are well-known in their field and their works are in international collections throughout the world. A few however are young artists whom we have selected for their special talent. While styles vary from traditional Japanese scenes to the abstract, all have in common the originality and technical excellence of their work based on the disciplines of this Japanese art.

For more information click here.

ground floor gallery presents #Newcollectorbk: THE Print Edition

Saturday, July 16th, 2016
Print courtesy of ground floor gallery, Dara Oshin. Archival pigment and metallic ink on Hahnemuhle Paper.

The ground floor gallery in Brooklyn NY, is pleased to present their summer print show  #newcollectorbk: The Print Edition. The exhibition, on view through August 14th,  and features new, limited-edition prints of all types by over 20 local artists.

Their gallery’s website features a blog for new collectors.

Garvey|Simon presents Herron: Student/Faculty

Tuesday, July 12th, 2016

HERRON, July 14-30, 2016, is an inaugural student/faculty show at the Garvey|Simon Art Access. The group exhibition features recent work by nine artists, both faculty and students at Herron School of Art and Design, Indianapolis, Indiana. This show is the first in a series Garvey|Simon plans to exhibit in order to showcase new artists and talent outside of New York.

The Opening Reception will take place on Thursday, July 14, 6-8 pm.

Shirley Crowther Art at the AAF, Battersea from 7 to 10 March

Monday, March 4th, 2013

Shirley Crowther Art will be at the AAF Battersea (7-10 March) presenting a selection of works by gallery artists. Click here for details of the works on show. Contact Shirley Crowther Art  for more information and to benefit from the half-price ticket offer.

Shirley Crowther Art sources and promotes a distinctive group of artists whose work – mainly abstract in design – represents a creative journey, exciting in both concept and detail. Their inspiration and content may vary, but certain elements link their work: an interest in material qualities, sensitive use of colour, craftsmanship and artistic integrity.

Karin Weber Gallery, Hong Kong, presents Dreams and Reality, a selection of works on paper (12 Nov-3 Dec)

Thursday, November 15th, 2012

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Images courtesy of the Karin Weber Gallery

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Karin Weber Gallery presents Dreams and Reality, a selection of works on paper by ROBERT CLINCH, LUCA CRUZAT, BOBIT SEGISMUNDO & CARMEN NG from 12th November to 3rd December

Robert Clinch works on aluminum plates which he scratches across upon completion of the editions. His beautifully hand drawn lithographs seem to be carefully observed rendering of reality, but originating in his imagination. He borrows details from plein-air drawing he does in real locations, adapting these to form his fictional world.

Luca Cruzat calls her technique collagraphy printing. Assembling unusual materials with interesting textures, she makes use of a sewing machine to create patterns of tiny perforations on the plates. Then she translates the texture of perforation into lines on paper.

Bobit Segismundo is proficient in incorporating some of the masters’ elements into his works such as the mystery of da Vinci, the emotion of Bacon, the cubism of Picasso and sadness of Kahlo, but creating his own identity and giving the viewer a sense of amusement.

Carmen Ng creates her fantasy world by linking up familiar materials from human life in an unusual and humourous way. She portrays herself in various situations and dream is always the source of her inspiration.

For more information contact Karin Weber Gallery

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